Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Scott Gilbertson

DJI Osmo Action 3 Review: Cheaper and Nearly as Good as a GoPro

Every iteration of DJI’s action camera gets better, from the original with its color front screen, to the second version with its clever modular and magnetic design, to the latest, which is in many ways a synthesis of the...

9 Best Action Cameras (2022): Underwater, 360, Compact, and More

Choosing the right action camera used to be simple: Go with GoPro. That's still good advice, in that the GoPro ranks high on our list and is our top pick for most people, but we've finally found a few...

8 Best Cheap Laptops (2022): Our Picks for $700 or Less

If your budget is tight and you want the most bang for your buck, or you just want to keep something out of the landfill, consider the used or refurbished laptop market. I've had great luck buying used laptops...

The 11 Best Barefoot Shoes (2022): For Running or Walking

You were born barefoot, and a growing body of evidence suggests you should have stayed that way. The technology and padding of the modern shoe protect your feet, but protection isn't always what you want. Feet were made to...

5 Best Password Managers (2022): Features, Pricing, and Tips

There are apps for Android, iOS, Windows, MacOS, and Linux, as well as extensions for all major web browsers. Bitwarden also has support for Windows Hello and Touch ID on its desktop apps for Windows and MacOS, giving you...

Framework Laptop 2 Review: An Upgradable Laptop

The world is littered with the burnt, abandoned hulks of tech companies that promised big things and delivered nothing. When Framework launched a modular, repairable, upgradeable laptop last year, I was skeptical. WIRED did not review it in part...

Benchmade Three-Piece Chef's Knife Set Review: Light and Sharp

A good knife is more than a tool; it’s an extension of your hand. When the Benchmade set arrived, I immediately grabbed the utility knife (which is what I would call a petty knife), and about 10 minutes later...

Stay Organized on Outdoor Adventures With This Rugged Bin

The secret to living well in small spaces—as I have for most of the past decade—is to be very organized. As the artist and filmmaker Van Neistat so eloquently put it, the key to being organized is to kit...

This Tumbler Is a Tea-Brewing Wonder

I've spent most of my life in tiny kitchens, whether that was working as a chef working in small restaurants, renting tiny apartments on a chef's salary, or living in a 26-foot RV. It's been so long since I...

MSR Freelite Backpacking Tent Review: Ultralight and Comfortable

My backpacking life is an endless struggle between my desire to carry as little weight as possible and my desire for comfort.Lately, comfort has come to mean good food. That is: real food, not the typical dehydrated, boil-in-pouch, backpacking...

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Makin’ Tracks: Russell Dickerson Casts Earthly Love as a Spiritual Journey in ‘God Gave Me a Girl’

Absence, it is said, makes the heart grow fonder, and touring musicians ought to know. The travel, the time spent waiting and prepping...

What Is Your Favorite Latin Collaboration of November 2022? Vote!

In a blink of an eye, November has come to an end, and the Billboard Latin editorial team has compiled a list of...

‘Goo Goo’ Bucks: What a ‘Wednesday’ Synch Is Worth for The Cramps

In the latest example of a stellar synch bringing in a surprise windfall, The Cramps‘ 1981 psychobilly classic “Goo Goo Muck” has become...

Why ‘Elvis’ Cut Austin Butler Singing Dolly Parton’s ‘I Will Always Love You’

There is a poignant scene in Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” where Austin Butler’s character says the words, “I will always love you.” It’s a...